IRS Revenue Agent job


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kimberlykrogers

Has anyone ever had this job or interviewed for it?

Any interview tips specific to the IRS would be greatly appreciated.

The IRS is not my first choice, but I'm living in a small town and
there's not any openings at CPA firms as of yet. We moved on quick
notice and I think I missed out on the hiring period for new staff.
I'm 29 (went back to school at 24), have been out of school for about
two years, have only worked two tax seasons at a CPA firm due to
moving (military spouse, etc) and have passed the CPA exam (not
certified though yet, need more experience). I'm thinking the IRS
might be my best option (even though I'd have a 90 minute commute each
way).

Any thoughts?

Thanks.

Kim
 
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Paul A Thomas

kimberlykrogers said:
Has anyone ever had this job or interviewed for it?

Any interview tips specific to the IRS would be greatly appreciated.

The IRS is not my first choice, but I'm living in a small town and
there's not any openings at CPA firms as of yet. We moved on quick
notice and I think I missed out on the hiring period for new staff.
I'm 29 (went back to school at 24), have been out of school for about
two years, have only worked two tax seasons at a CPA firm due to
moving (military spouse, etc) and have passed the CPA exam (not
certified though yet, need more experience). I'm thinking the IRS
might be my best option (even though I'd have a 90 minute commute each
way).

A lot of the RA's and RO's go into the office once or twice a week, working
from home (phone, internet, etc), as it were, leaving home and going to
their first appointment of the day. Many have territories they work instead
of a straight desk job. I'd ask what the particular job entails if you get
to the point of having to decide to accept an offer.
 
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Bob

Paul A Thomas said:
A lot of the RA's and RO's go into the office once or twice a week, working
from home (phone, internet, etc), as it were, leaving home and going to
their first appointment of the day. Many have territories they work instead
of a straight desk job. I'd ask what the particular job entails if you get
to the point of having to decide to accept an offer.
even before that, read the book "Confessions of a Tax Collector" by Richard
Yancey - about a revenue agent
 

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